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. >>> we continue our occupy coverage now in texas, where police found a man's body in a 10 on the campus of the university of north texas. investigators don't know who he is yet, but say he was not a student at the school. the medical examiner will perform an autopsy. >>> it's going to take longer for mail to get to where it needs to go. postal service will end its guaranteed next day delivery. they'll announce the cutbacks tomorrow. the goal is to save $3 billion. at least one congressman says even though the government doesn't fund the postal service now, it might be time to privatize it completely. >> one of the things i like about the postal service is we don't appropriate money to them. they have to sell stamps to generate revenue and we want to continue that. you don't cut service, slow down the service, if you want to sell more stamps, and they want to raise rates. that's not a way to drive volume. i think they're moving in the opposite direction. >> the cuts will kick in in the spring. the postal service is considering closing hundreds of processing centers and laying off thousan
there. other g.o.p. contenders are taking aim. looking to derail texas congressman ron paul in the first in the nation rival state, they plan to hit with tv ads. >> all the talk about the ron paul surge and the support that he has out, there the momentum that he hassing into the january 3rd caucuses is real. >> reporter: mitt romney, michele bachmann, rick perry kick off bus tours while santorum goes hunting. mike huckabee says the outcome may boil down to the elements. if the weather is good, mitt romney is in better shape. if the weather is bad, ron paul will win. >> reporter: on january 10th, the nation's first primary is scheduled where romney leads by double digits. begin rich and paul are tied for second ahead of jon huntsman. >> he will take new hampshire by storm and do well there. that will propel him into south carolina where he will have problems. >> i don't think it's over yet. i still think the southern states are problematic for romney. some say he wins iowa and new hampshire, a cake walk for him. i don't think that's necessarily the case. lead in many national polls but it
from des moines. >> and one of the contenders ha a lot riding on iowa. texas governor rick perry. welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> good morning, chris. >> chris: what did you think when mitt romney offered a $10,000 bet on something in his book? >> guest: i was taken a little aback. i am sure i didn't drive by a house that anyone in iowa would even think about that a $10,000 bet was possible. a little out of touch with the normal iowa citizen. but the issue of individual man dates is still at the center here and mit can deny this, but in his first book, hard cover of no apologies. he stated that individual man dates should be the model for this country and he took that out of the book in the paper back. even a 10,000 bet is not covering that. >> chris: one of the big moments came in the confrontation over the individual man date. you criticized him for the man date in romney care . he said you had an man date in texas to make sixth grade girls get the hpb vaccine and what is the difference? >> guest: we had an opt out in the executive order and the legislature didn't like th
of the bill the construction of a pipeline from canada to texas. fox's steve santani explains what's on the line. reporter: congress' time is run being out, but the two sides -- running out, but the two sides have very different ideas how to go forward. republicans want to tie extension of the tax cut to the keystone pipeline from canada to texas. republicans say it will be a big boost for the economy and construction needs to go forward. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell may use that pipeline as a bargaining chip. >> we have the keystone pipeline in there. it's a shovel ready project, the biggest and most important ready to go project in america, wouldn't course the government a penny, not one. three years of environmental studies have already been done. the secretary of state was ready to stein off on it. the president -- to sign off on. it the president pulled it to the white house and delayed it for a year. reporter: president obama threatened to veto the tax cut extension if the keystone pipeline is tied in with it and the dispute continues for how to pay for the payr
has risen to 12%. with time run being out the texas congressman is find -- running out the texas congressman is finding out the new ads are aimed at congress. >> the experience of balancing the budget is greatly needed in washington and i will take it there. >> if washington is the problem, why trust a congressman to fix it? reporter: rick santorum is hunting with iowa conservatives while newt gingrich is calling mitt romney a massachusetts liberal. >> i think it's an accurate description of who he. is. reporter: rick perry is trying to resurrect his profile. >> i am the fiscal conservative in this race. reporter: but with the new hampshire primaries just one week after these caucuses, the candidates are going after a particular block of iowa voters. >> evangelicals are so divided over who they support. reporter: jill lawrence, managing editor of politics for the national journal says evangelical christians, key in iowa and whoever wins them should win the caucus. >> it's heavily evangelicals and there are many evangelicals splitting the vote and there are many candidates tr
to 14%, rick perry has rizzen to 12% and with some time running out, the texas congressman is finding out the opponents' new ads are aimed at congress. >> the experience of balancing budget is desperately needed in washington and i will take it there. >> if washington's the problem, why trust a congressman to fix it? >> new ads are only part of the battle. rick santorum is haunted -- hunting with iowa conservatives and newt gingrich is calling mitt romney a massachusetts liberal. rick perry, mean while s trying to resurrect his profile. >> i am the fiscal conservative in this race. >> reporter: with the new hampshire primaries one week after the caucuses, the candidates are going after a particular block of iowa voters. >> they're so divided over who to support. >> reporter: jill lawrence, the managing editor of politics for the national journal said evangelical christians are key in iowa. whoever wins them, should win the caucus. >> it's heavily evangelical and there are many evangelicals smith the votes and many candidates are trying to prove they are the true conservative. >> repor
is launching an investigation into a controversial photo of texas soldiers posing around a casket with another soldier who is wearing a noose. at the bottom of the picture is the phrase, the dumped. sucks to be you. it was taken back in august and has been floating around facebook and made its way to the air force times. >>> the looming government shutdown tomorrow night. if lawmakers can't agree on a federal budget, they are still working to avoid t as ainsley earhart shows us, money to fund the federal government runs out tomorrow night at midnight. >> we worked very hard. we are close to an agreement on every single issue and i just hope that we can work this out and get our bill passed. >> reporter: while they have different views, both democrats and republicans are working to avoid a partial government shutdown actually temporary bill keeping agencies open expires on saturday. >> we all ought to able to work together to bring this thing for a proper conclusion. >> if we have a reasonable agreement with the republicans on funding the government, we should seize that opportunity and do it a
to enjoy strong support there and other republican contenders are taking aim. the texas congress map has a slight lead over mitt romney in polls while michelle bachmann, rick perry and newt gingrich are playing catch-up. rick santorum is getting new well-timed buzz as well but it is paul who may have the edge. his campaign is organized and energized and right now, political pundits see this as a two-man race. >> all of the talk about the ron paul surge and the support that he has out there, the momentum he has potentially going into these january 3rd caucuses is real. >> he will take new hampshire by storm and do very well there. that will propel him into south carolina where he will have problems. i don't think it is over yet. i still think the southern states are problematic for romney. >> reporter: in new hampshire, the nation's first primary on january 20th, romney maintains double digit lead actually new boston globe poll shows gingrich and paul tied for second university ahead of john huntsman. and as we head into iowa one week left, it looks like the caulk yous may either push one
. there will somebody activity there. >>> texas governor rick perry has filed a lawsuit fighting to get his name on virginia's primary ballot. 10,000 signatures from registered voters are required to get your name on the ballot there. perry submitted around 6,000. a perry spokesman calls the requirement unrealistic. newt gingrich, michelle bachmann and rick santorum also did not make the requirement. >>> iowa caucus voter will make their choice next tuesday. sherry ly has been watching the nominating race. >> reporter: the iowa caucuses are pivotal in the gop's 2012 presidential campaign. for the gop, it's bell weather for who remains in the race and could could drop out. mitt romney had been downplaying iowa but is now making a final push to fend off ron paul who joins him at the top of polls. plenty of vetter remain undecided which has another cppedz scrambling to get the votes. they are logging miles across the 99 counties trying to apell to the caucus goers who could make or break their campaigns. political insiders say evangelical christians are key and whoever wins those votes will win the
show he is out of touch with the average american. >> he had mad a bet with texas governor rick perry -- he made a bet with texas governor rick perry. >> i tell you what. ten thousand bucks? >> ten thousand dollar bet? >> democrats and republican rivals have latched onto the exchange. sunday, romney shrugged it off saying he is not a good gambler. >>> manuel noriega returned to manama more than 20 years after he was forced from power by the united states. we are back with that in a moment. ment.  get the technology they love, on the network they deserve. like the powerful droid charge by samsung, or get the samsung stratosphere, and for a limited time, get twice the data for the same low price. verizon. makes it easy for anne to view her finances from anywhere. like gate d12 for the next three hours. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. [ beep ] hi. dave here. [ male announcer ] for dave, using citibank's online bill pay is as easy as setting up voicemail. hi, it's dave. [ male announcer ] actually, it's easier. hi, it's dave. i'm out of the offic
for firefighters, sparking thousands of wildfires in texas. the most devastating blaze in the state's history and the wild fires destroyed over 30,000 acres. >> oh, no, what did it destroy? >> reporter: and a -- and a deadly year for tornados, dangerous twisters in april. reducing thousands of homes to rubble and killing more than 300 people across seven states. in alabama alone, more than 200 people were killed. >>> then in may, a powerful e-5 tornado touching down in joplin, missouri, killing 150 people and in august, hurricane irene slammed safe all along the east coast. the storm destroying homes and flooding roads and knocking down power lines. irene also creating's messy situation in maryland and this is covered in foam. and in vermont, a dam is compromised. causing hundreds to leave their he's. it was insult added to injury for arizona as the giant dust storm and record-breaking temperatures swept across parts of the state. in august, the temperatures reaching a sizzling 117 degrees. filthy clouds of fog known as a haboob leaving the lungs of residents full of dirt and debris and spore
paul making him a serious threat to win. the texas republican is peaking at the right time with a week to go. he has got a one-point lead over mitt romney in an average of polls. he trails behind them now is newt gingrich who has been falling aand rick perry who has seen a new surge. today, the cth are launching a last-minute flurry of ads arrested and touring the state by bus. the guy would won iowa last time predict the weather could be a deciding factor. >> i would probably say mitt romney will end up winning it today. now, i think again, ron paul, because of his organization could and that is where mitt is really at a disadvantage. he doesn't have the devotion. if the we are is good, mitt romney is in better shape. if the weather is bad and it is real tough to get out, ron paul will win. very still, some might say it is anyone's caucus to win or lose. polls show more than half of voters haven't eastbound -- even made up their minds yet. only two candidates have qualified for the ballot on super tuesday in march in virginia. gingrich had said he would launch a write-in campaign onl
organized in iowa than ron paul making him a serious threat to win the texas republican is peaking at the right time with a week to go he has a one point lead over mitt romney in an average of polls trailing behind him and newt gingrich falling and rick perry, michelle bachmann, john hunts man round out the field candidates are launching a flurry of last minute ads and touring the state by bus. the winner of the last iowa caucus calls it a toss up. >> i would probably say that mitt romney will end up winning it today, now i think gain, ron paul because of his organization, could and that is where mitt is really at a disadvantage he doesn't have the devotion, if the weather is good, mitt romney is in better shape if the weather is bad and it is real tough to get out ron paul will win. >> some might say the contest is anyone's to win or lose, winning can help boost momentum and create buzz for a candidate but iowa caucuses are no guarantee for becoming the republican nominee. mike huckabee the last winner failed to get the nomination. >> all right so true. >> thank you. >>> meanwhile
of the candidates will ring in the new year in iowa, three days before the first caucus of the election. texas governor rick perry spent the day at a coffee shop in fort dodge, promising to slow down government spending if elected. newt gingrich held a town hall meeting promising to cut down taxes and regulations. ron paul has been the surprise comeback candidate and is now neck-in-neck with mitt romney and the iowa polls. >> i would like to change the foreign policy, cut massively the spending and say, look, we're too many places. the so muchiests were brought down -- soviets were brought down because that is what they did. we didn't have to fight them, they went bankrupt and we're on the verge of that. >> reporter: rick -- . >> rick santorum found himself covered in glitter. it happened when he made his way to the crowd and where that is where he was. they stopped the hate taste the rainbow and he was later identified as a gay rights activist. santorum is a social conservative who has spoken out against same-sex marriage and opposed the relpeel -- repeel of don't-ask/don't-tell. >>> there wi
. no one thinks this thing is funny. a group of texas airmen posing in a casket. the controversy sparked an air force investigation. will thomas is taking a closer look now. will. >> you aren't going to like this one. the u.s. death toll as many of you know in iraq and afghanistan is now more than 6,000. about 6300. with so many lives lost, a photo that may have been meant as a joke has become another black eye for the air force. already this year, dover air force base in delaware is under the spotlight for sloppy handling of the remains of u.s. military war dead. and now, a photo. a photo you're not going to like. it was taken back in august. 15 airmen are seen posing with an open casket, another live airmen, he is perfectly fine. he is posing standing up in the casket with a noose around his neck. at the bomb toff of the photo, the dump the dumped, sucks to be you. a congressman we spoke to tonight with oversight over the air force is confident the internal investigation will be sufficient. >> i have trust that secretary donald and the air force leadership will take the appropriate a
partiers get home safe. >>> scientist in texas are hitting a new pool. the first step in preventing a disaster in the water. it starts here. we'll explain coming up. ng up. >>> first, a new year's countdown in new york. bags of copfity arrived in time square yesterday for an air test and there will be more tomorrow night. thousands of people have been writing wishes and resolutions on the wishing well in the visitor center. come midnight tomorrow, all of those notes will come showering down on millions on a million live viewers. stay with us. we're back in two minutes. nute >> the feds are reportedly closer to bringing criminal charges against bp workers over last year's disastrous oil spill. it showed first hand the extreme dangers people face while working offshore rigs. one company using a training facility built for astronauts to teach oil and gas workers how to survive a catastrophe in deepwater and chris gutierrez has more from houston. >> reporter: it's the world's largest indoor swimming pool, more than 200 fight long, more than 100 feet wide and holes 6.2 million gallons o
. but that cold air has sunk all the way down through texas and is going to be moving in our direction and after tomorrow, we'll only see temperatures rising to the 40s during the day. we are thinking there will be enough snow tomorrow night to maybe coat the grass here in the metro area, more significant accumulation out to our west, certainly in the higher elevations. this is where the snow potential will be the greater. where you see the dark blue as our area of low pressure moves up and away from the area tomorrow night. but maybe as close by as the western suburbs here, we could get enough to cover the grass. more significant accumulation out to our west, but you get out toward washington county, an inch or two there and in the mountains, maybe 4 to 7. certainly the higher an elevation you go, the more you will see. east of 95, that's mostly going to be rain. for tonight, more showers are going to develop later. steady temperatures will stay only in the mid 50s. it's been so mild all day today. up and over 60 in many areas. so that's where we'll start. tomorrow morning about 58 degrees or s
, that is not bad for them. fargo is 38 and it's pretty mild into texas. the deep south is not too terribly bad. atlanta is 48 degrees and wilmington is 49. the temperatures are not, not indicative of where we should be. for the most part and the last week of the year. i want to say this. there is the cold air in canada and that is pooling up there and looks like all things are set to make a run for the east coast by early next week. the first week of 2012, and that looks like it's going to be a cold one around here. again, the storm track now shifted a bit and that is basically working from west to east across the nation and we're sitting really right into that stormtrack here on the mid- atlantic and we'll have a series of fast-moving storms coming across the next few days and that is meaning more sun, more clouds and sun, pardon me, and we'll have at least an opportunity here and there for maybe a few light rain showers from time to time and maybe even a snowflake, depending on the timing until these fast- moving storm comes across and no major storms in the offering. i don't see that and th
, oklahoma city is getting a bit. parts of west texas have had more snow in chicago. perhaps chicago gets a will out of this as well. i wanted you to see where the rain is. this is going to take awhile before it gets in here. clouds and random sprinkles here and there and this will continue to move on in and we'll have some chance of showers tomorrow morning and a better chase, especially through the rest of the day. the forecast tonight, spotty showers and we could have a touch of fog here and there and that is going to be mile for december. the temperature of 52 degrees in this warmer air aloft and means week see some fog around. then for tomorrow, we'll say a chance of showers, pretty good chance, as a matter of fact, and the chance goes up in the afternoon and that will still be warm, though, for december at 62 degrees and strong south- southwest wind, pumps in the warm stuff. so, plan on a cloudy day with some showers for tuesday and at 8 in the morning, 54 degrees and no heavy coats needed. by noon, 61 and bring the rain coat and umbrella and by 4:00, still rainy out there at 60 deg
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edge at 11:00, scientists in texas are hitting the pool, the first step to preventing a major disaster in deep waters starting here in the shallow end. we'll explain. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00.   >>> 2010 bp oil spill showed firsthand the extreme dangers people faced while working offshore rigs. now one company is using a training facility built for astronauts to teach oil and gas workers how to survive a catastrophe in deep water. fox's chris gutierrez has the story from houston. reporter: it's the world's largest indoor swimming pool, nasa's neutral buoyancy lab more than 200 feet long, more than 100 feet wide and holds 6.2 million gallons of water. the average backyard swimming pool holds about 18,000 gallons. since the mid '90s astronauts have used this pool to prepare for spacewalks using a model of the international space station submerged 40 feet below the surface and now the construction of the space station is complete and nays has opened this pool to others -- nasa has opened this pool to others. petrofat, an
republicans want the bill to include language, speeding up work on a candidate of texas oil pipeline. john paper made it clear it's not up for -- john boehner made it clear it's not up for debate. >> we will make changes to it and i will guarantee you the keystone pipeline will be in there when it goes back to the united states senate. >> the 4.2% payroll tax rate will jump back to the normal 6.2% on january 1st, unless congress, apparently, gets the pipeline. >> these days, culls have to think out of the box to start a business and make it successful. one california startup is doing that. it wants to dock a ship off of the coast and house foreign entrepreneurs with grand ideas. critics say the company may violent immigration laws. the reporter has more. >> reporter: innovators from all over the country often set sail for silicon valley and dreams of launching the next big startup. for foreign inventors, those dreams can get sunk by strict immigration rules. >> and i saw around me a lot of talented people who had some great passion from china, india, parts of europe and they told me after
dead on the campus of the university of north texas where occupy denton protestors were gathering. he is believed to be a member of the movement. denton is 40 miles northwest of dallas. no word on a cause of death. >>> and a second victim has died after a thanksgiving day tragedy in a high school parking lot. a driver swerved out of control and ran into a crowd near the home depot after having a medical emergency. 41-year-old freddie gastyo from hyattsville died that day. five others were taken to the hospital including jose rosa from falls church. he died this weekend. >>> a little reminder that tolls for the intercounty connector will start tomorrow. it's been free to ride since maryland 200 opened a week ago. it connects i-270 and maryland's i-95 in laurel and prince george's county. icc will cost drivers 25 cents a mile at peak time, 20 cents for off peak times and 10 cents a mile overnight. fox 5 is monitoring metro. and you can expect delays if you normally ride the red line today. metro closed six stations for maintenance on friday. brooklyn, tacoma, silver springs, forest gree
is actually dipping to the south just over texas. this entire region is being affected by that cooler pool of air, but the ridge of high pressure keeping us clear here on the east coast. so we're not seeing anything in terms of clouds or precipitation. the december chill definitely settling in tonight with our temperatures into the 20s and cooler in some of our areas in the burbs and to the east as well we're seeing that. the ridge of high pressure definitely in place, chilly conditions will continue. another day tomorrow where there's no shortage of sunshine. our high will be about 46 degrees. so we just climb a little bit, 30 degrees for the overnight low. that's going to continue until we hit our way through until the later part of the week when we have a system that will probably bring us a chance of showers by thursday. in the meantime for tomorrow sunshine, 43 degrees by midday and 41 by the time we hit the evening rush hour. clear night tonight, cold, 27, a lot easterly wind flow. tomorrow we're talking a high of 46 degrees, dry conditions and chilly in. that five-day forecasts a me
in the senate say it does not have a chance of passing. >>> it is a wild hog chase in texas after dozens of feral hogs escaped from a slot are house. hogs got out of their pen sunday afternoon sprinting through a ft. worth, texas neighborhood. bet you don't see that every day. animal control's wildlife rescue team was able to capture most of the animals but say a few may still be on the loose. the city is euthanizing the hogs they have caught because the animals are huge and hard to deal w. >>> an australian radio presenter set a new guiness world record for the longest one on one radio or television interview on monday. richard glover interviewed author peter fits simmons for 24 hours. the rules do not allow any questions to be repeated. >> i don't think that will be rebroadcast any time soon. >>> often a problem for women who breast feed. a woman said she had a nervous encounter in public. >> you didn't do this. it is indecent exposure. i wouldn't call it aggressive. i would just call it startling. >> the security guard at a building in our area, did he violate her civil rights? that i
conditions sparking thousands of wildfires in texas. the most devastating blaze in the state's history, the bastrop wildfire, destroying over 30,000 acres. >> oh, no. what it destroyed. >> and a deadly year for tornadoes, dangerous twisters ripping across the south back in april reducing thousands of homes to rubble and killing more than 300 people across seven states. in alabama alone more than 200 people were killed. >> oh, we got one. >> then in may a powerful ef5 tornado touching down in joplin, missouri, completely destroying the small town and killing about 150 people. in august hurricane irene slammed states all along the east coast. the storm destroyed homes, flooded roads and knocked down power lines. irene also creating a messy situation in maryland. check out ocean city and this reporter completely covered in foam. am. >> oh. >> and in vermont a dam is compromised causing hundreds to leave their homes. it was insult aed to injury for arizona -- added to injury for arizona as a giant dust storm and record breaking temperatures doesn't across parts of the state, in august temp
in texas as a model got off of a small private plane and walked right into the moving propeller. 23-year-old lauren scruggs. her hand wassasm tated. she has a fractured skull and severe cuts. she had been on a trip over dallas looking at christmas lights on saturday. her parents are by her side right now at a dallas hospital. she has had several emergency surgeries since the weekend accident. we're told she's spotting to her family. >> she's even responding more today. this afternoon. >> she's opening her ice. >> moving around in the bed which, is good. she's uncomfortable and moving, a good thing. >> scruggs is the editor for an online fashion magazine. >>> coming up at the bottom of the hour, a montgomery man is sentenced for putting out a hit on his wife. she recounts the ordeal as her former husband is support to prison. >>> a local county is deciding whether to enforce a controversial curfew, what they decided. >>> and should the morning after pill be put on store shelves? how the fda is igthe thighing -- ignighting this debate. ebat >> merry christmas from the hughes family in germ
. but the encampment remains in tents, not in houses. back to you. >>> a man has died at an occupy camp in texas. police found the man's body any aat the present time in denton on the campus of university of north texas. investigators don't know who he is yet but say he was not a student at the school. the medical examiner will do an autopsy. >>> another confrontation between police an occupy protesters, this one in portland, oregon. officers arrested several people after they set up tents in a park and vowed to stay through the winter that. occupy camp had been cleared out throw week ago after the city ordered them out. >>> in colorado, demonstrators are sleeping in snow as storms roll into denver. lawyers for some of the protesters are gearing up for a court fight over what they say is illegal suppression of the demonstrations. they'll ask the judge to make police stop harassing protesters and giving tickets to those who honk in their support. >>> d.c. council is expected to hold a closed door meeting today to talk about councilman harry thomas. the fbi, the irs and other agencies searched his
left jumping over to the ron paul campaign. bachmann is not doing well in the iowa polls. texas governor rick perry has shifted his stance on abortion now saying he supports it in a woman's life is at risk. >>> a new cnn international poll puts romney in first place. >>> a small piece of hopeful news surrounding the case of a maryland man being held captive in cuba. >>> also ahead, a dispute over a key oil route in iraq could impact gas price here at home.  >>> the u.s. any of yea is warning iran to not to disrupt oil shipment going through the state of hormuz. iran threatening to shut down shipping there. it could have a big impact on gas and oil prices. and lives say oil price will stay above $100 a barrel in 2012. >>> the potomac, maryland man jailed in cuba for two years got a special visit this week. two cuban jewish loaders visited alan gross monday and say he is in good spirits and appears to be in good health as well. gross is, however, disappointed he was not among 39,000 cuban prisoners given amnesty last week. he is serving a 15-year prison sentence accused of supply
. >>> and friendings -- excuse me, friends, family, and strangers say goodbye to an inspirational texas teenager. how his messages on youtube have touched thousands since his death on christmas. as. >>> tomorrow afternoon, these little guys wrestling around on the floor here will officially have a -- [ indiscernible ] i'm beth parker. the story a long time in the making. >> if you would like a good love story, stay here. we're about to introduce you to a woman who thought she would never love again. tragedy seemed to follow her, but this new year's eve, she will get a fresh start. as beth parker shows us, it's a new beginning for the whole family. >> reporter: kristen clark's first husband was a navy diver. he survived iraq but was killed in a motorcycle accident after returning home in 2005. >> we were -- >> she was left a widow with three boys to raise. eventually show began dating again. four years later, hear fiance who was in the coast guard died, too. she told herself then she never wanted to take another chance on love. >> and never once opened my h
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as airmen for this -- investigating 15 texas airmen for this photo they were seen posing with an open casket one that looks like a metal transfer cassette used to transfer men home. below is the quote, sucks to be you. rob whitman says it is not acceptable. >>> it is appalling, it is dispointing, unacceptable we owe it to our fallen to make sure, we show them the proper honor, respect and dignity. >>> the photo surfaces at a time when the airforce is already dealing with sloppy handling of remains of war dead at dover. >>> taxi war in dc about to get more heated. >>> still ahead, how much money is on the table for casey anthony to break her silence. >> christmas vandals caught on camera in virginia armed with baseball bats destroying property we will hear from the homeowner coming up next pgh >>> >> a live lookout side latest weather and traffic, coming up from tony and julie. next at 7:12 a.m.  >>> checking headlines this morning a close call for miners in northern idaho after a rock burst caused a dangerous collapse under ground. seven miners were trapped but all pulled to sa
allegedly harassed a mother trying to nurse her baby ate a houston, texas store. word got out through facebook and a protest against target was organized. the springfield store has not had any problems with nursing mothers. >> as may mom who organized this gathering here, called and talked to the manager and let her know we would be here. not that we had ever had issues here but it was a united front. >> guests are free to go within our store to nurse their babies. if we were approached and asked, well send them or request that they possibly use our sit fitting room. >> about 100 groups staged protests in 35 different states. >>> the september 11th memorial has only been open for about three months but it is already seeing a huge number. visitors. new york city officials are announcing that one million people have gone to see the site since it opened to the public. the plaza and its two huge found tapes draw about 10,000 visitors a day to ground zero. the memorial opens september 12th after its dedication to the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. >>> a local college basketball
on the virginia ballot is now suing in federal court. texas governor rick perry is challenging the rules in the commonwealth. several others failed to get the riertd 10,000 signatures. only ron paul and mitt romney qualified for the virginia primary. >>> president obama took time out from his hawaiian vacation to nominate one democrat and one republican to fill vacancy on the federal reserve board. he nominated democrat jeremy stein, an economics professor at harvard university and republican jerome powell would served in the treasury department under president george h. w. bush. the senate must confirm both of those nomination. >>> an unusual crime scene in a northern virginia home. >>> plus, investigators say they know what caused a deadly christmas morning fire in connecticut. we'll have more on that story coming up next. >>> and over the past few years, several medical related stories topped the news. we'll take a closer look at those stories coming up.  >>> making headlines, a bizarre investigation in virginia i'm fredericksburg family says someone broke into their home befor
all the press, but in iowa texas congressman ron paul is out front. >> there could be some surprises in iowa. for example, ron paul seems to be surging. he's got a base of support. reporter: american university professor leonard steinhorn says if mitt romney wins iowa, he'd gain momentum going forward. >> if mitt romney wins iowa, he will probably win new hampshire and go on to win this nomination. mitt romney way be trying to win iowa secretly without setting high expectations. reporter: on tuesday, romney, bachmann, perry and gingrich all began iowa bus tours while rick santorum toured iowa conservatives. the winner of the 2008 caucuses said weather could hold the details. one week after iowa the action shifts to new hampshire on january 10th. the boston globe poll has romney up by double digits followed by gingrich, paul and jon huntsman who may be fighting for his survival. >> there's john huntman, too. unless he shows well in new hampshire, he's finished, too. reporter: now for his part newt gingrich remained in front in many national polls, but recent missteps like missing
that makes him a serious threat to win. the texas republican is peaking at the right time with the january 3rd kickoff to the gop nominating calendar. right now, it is a statistical dead heat with paul at 22% to mitt romney's 21%. newt gingrich is dropping. rick perry is gaining. and both romney and perry today launched new ads while michelle bachmann and gingrich and perry are launching bus tours today in hopes of gaining more supporters. the guy who won iowa last time predict the weather could be a deciding factor. >> i would probably say that mitt romney will end up winning it today. now, i think, again, ron paul, because of his organization could and that is where mitt is really at a disadvantage. he doesn't have the devotion. if the weather is good, mitt romney is in better shape. if the weather is bad and it is real tough to get out, ron paul will win. >> reporter: the caucuses tend to be very low turnout fairs which is why organization is key. that gives romney and fall an end as veterans of the last race. still polls say only half of caucus goers have made up their minds yet. only ro
because of a requirement to build an oil pipeline between canada and texas. democrats say it is a special interest that costs taxpayers too much money but republicans say it creates the jobs americans are demanding. >>> california representative darryl issa sent a letter to the exterior secretary saying demonstrators are ruining the park and that the no camping rule should be enforced at mcpherson square. people living and working nearby agree with issa. >> at first, i was sympathetic. but now, enough is enough. >> enough is enough? that is an eyesore. >> the garbage is strewn. they are not taking care of t they are not respecting the property. this is my neighborhood. >> i think a $400,000 hit is well worth the price of the voices that are dissenting but also voices that are speaking something that needs to be heard. >> demonstrators aren't roird to have a permit if the crowd remains under 500. and they are not camping by law if they're not sleeping in the tents. >>> jerry sandusky waived his right to a hearing in court. the hearing would have included testimony from at least some of sa
from here to picking a nominee. >> reporter: texas governor rick perry trying to claw his way back into contention with attack ads. >> asking a congressman to fix washington. >> reporter: and michele bachmann's campaign losing another key staffer, her political director now gone after her iowa chairman jumped ship to support ron paul. mitt romney campaigns today with new jersey governor chris christiewhom conservatives urged to join the race before christie endorsed romney. in washington, nicole collins, fox news. >> virginia voters will only see two names on the republican primarily ballot, mitt romney and ron paul, only two who qualified after collecting the 10,000 signatures. newt gingrich gathered 10,000 signatures but some thrown out because reportedly gathered fraudulently. saying he is acting independently of the gingrich campaign. >>> rick perry's first effort to get his name on the virginia primary ballot failed. a federal judge denied his request for an emergency order requiring the state's board of elections to place him on the ballot. instead the judge set a hearing for
's governor perry of texas or herman cain or michele bachmann. each have emerged to take on romney. gingrich in the final month before the iowa caucus which is january 3rd, gingrich appears to be in pretty good shape but who knows because it's become completely unpredictable. from a congressional washington perspective, it's interesting because he is a former speaker of the house. a lot of people that we called back in 1990s, he was a pretty controversial figure. so we'll see. >> we are out of town. i was going to ask you one question covering the hill. have you ever seen as crazy as what we are seeing right now? >> never seen it that keeps us on roll. >> yes. >>> allegation of an attack on a hotel maid cost him his job. but now new questions about whether this was set up. up. >>> how are you dog, it's specialist nolan from afghanistan. i want to say hello to my family in washington t c. hope you have happy holidays.  >>> headlines today, we begin overseas in india where a hospital fire has killed 70 patients, more than 70. a medical staff accused of abandoning them as the building bu
conditions sparking thousands of wild fires in texas the most devastating blaze in state history, destroyed over 30,000-acres. >> oh, no,. >> reporter: and a deadly year for tornadoes, dangerous twisters ripping across the south back in april reducing thousands of homes to rubble, killing more than 300 people across seven states in alabama alone, more than 200 people were killed. >> oh,. >> reporter: then in may a powerful ef-5 tornado touching down in joplin missouri completely destroying a small town killing 150 people. in august, hurricane irene, slammed states all along the east coast. the storm destroying homes, flooding roads and knocking down power lines. irene also creating a messy situation in maryland. check out ocean city and this reporter completely covered in foam. in vermont a dam is compromised causing hundreds to leave their homes. insult added to injury for arizona as a giant dust storm and record breaking temperatures, swept across parts of the state in august, temperatures reaching a sizzling 117 degrees. filthy clouds of fog known as a haboob leaving resident's lungs fil
a public policy poll shows the texas congressman leading romney by 4 points he does not have iowa locked down a new cnn survey has romney leading paul by 3 showing rick santorum emerging as a dark horse, surpassing gingrich. >>> just the electorate in iowas run through every possible alternative to romney until they got to rick santorum at the end he is benefiting from being the last one to get the second look. >> a major embarrassment for michelle bachmann some have called for her to leave the race to free up support for other candidates her chairman defected to ron paul. >> i do not believe the ron paul campaign is in trouble i believe we have an opportunity here and believe i did the right thing. >> reporter: bachmann said he resigned after being offered a large sum of money by the paul campaign the campaign chairman denies the accusation saying it amounts to slander. nicole collins fox news. >> newt gingrich is lashing out saying fraud is the reason he is not on the gop presidential primary ballot. 1500 signatures were voided after being fraudulently collected by a paid campaign work
in that case. >>> hunters may be to blame for shooting two middle school students in south texas. one boy is in critical condition, the other in stable condition awaiting x rays shots may have come from hunters on adjacent farm property three hunters were taken in for questioning but no immediate arrests. >>> january 12th marks the three year anniversary of a devastating earthquake that marks haiti. >> foxes aiynsley ear hart has more. >> reporter: some notable names on hand in haiti lending efforts to make the impoverished country a better place. kim kardashian, minister lewis fair can, celebrity shift ron duprat and oprah winfrey to name a few. she plans to highlight the country on a new show airing on her network. >> i have a new show on my network and this is a part of my next chapter, going around the world, seeing interesting, fascinating and in this case, very profound example of what can be done to make a difference in the world. >> actor sean penn has been a main stay in haiti. oprah's visit is significant. >> i think everybody that spends time in haiti knows how important it is,
. it also contains a mandate to build an oil pipeline from canada to texas and cuts 40 weeks off the maximum unemployment employment allowance. >> before the deadline hits, can the government afford another partial shutdown? we're talking tonight with the national vice president for the american federation of government employees. dwight bowman. thank you for coming in tonight. >> it's my pleasure. thank you for having me. >> i'm sure you take all of these threats seriously, but on a scale of one to ten, what do you think as far as a reality? >> this is a real threat. the republicans decided that they were going to pass something that the president cannot live with, that the senate can't live with, and it is not good for the people that we represent. >> the government reached the brink many times we have seen over the last year or so, over issues just like this. what do you tell all the people of the american federation of government employees leading up to this on how to prepare, just in case? >> on our website or those people who are members of the union, we have a list of things t
as if he went. watching the testimony from the front row was hinckley's brother, scott, who lives in texas. over the next several days, a number of doctors will be called to the stand to testify about hinckley's mental health. dr. tyler jones was the first, telling the court he agreed with the other doctors that john hinckley was a low risk for danger. and recommended he be allowed to spend as long as 24 days with his mother in williamsburg, where he will attend group sessions. dr. jones testified john hinckley's major psychotic disorders are in full remission and he continues to take medication for treatment. >> fox 5's paul wagner reporting. the hearing is expected to last the rest of the week. mindi says she probably won't be able to return her five-year- old son to florida as ordered by a judge because she's out of the state and seven months pregnant with twins. a missing persons report was filed on her son yesterday when she didn't return him to her mother who has custody. tonight she told the associated press she is in nashville working with attorneys to sort out the situation. >>
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into illinois. showers extend back into oklahoma and even parts of western texas. this system makes its way eastward for the latter part of the week and does bring it w. it the chance some of rain for us by thursday afternoon. the forecast for today though not bad, lots of sunshine. a little bit warmer. yesterday, the mid-40s. today, right around 50 degrees for your high. so that is pretty good. that will feel okay. for tonight, another cold night, partly cloudy skies. 32degrees for your overnight low in town. low 50s tomorrow with a good a sunshine. that cloud cover really builds in on thursday and we have a chance some of showers. it will be pretty mild. the highs in the upper 50s but some rain showers. friday, maybe some rain late in the day and that would be primarily to the south. 54 for your high. saturday, temperatures drop off for the beginning part of the weekend. we'll be back into the 40s. that's t that is -- that's it. that's what's happening with the weather. now, let's get to julie wright. >> the crew in sky fox traveling outer loop between georgia avenue and connecticut aven
between canada and texas if this issue regarding the payroll tax doesn't get resolved democrats say they won't pass a new spending bill needed to prevent a government shut down. government runs out of money friday at midnight if nothing is done. >>> iowa caucuses are now less than 3 weeks away former house speaker newt gingrich appears to be in a commanding lead according to the newest gallup poll. they lead president obama in 12 potentially decisive swing states. romney is trying to define gingrich as an unworthy member. >>> tomorrow, 9:00 p.m. on fox news you can see the republican debate, from iowa, and this morning the moderator and anchor of special reports, fred bare joins us from sioux city thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. newt gingrich the man to beat, concerns, they remain what some call his lack of discipline, what does he have to do to show otherwise and how do you thing the other candidates might try to capitalize on that perception >> i think this will be a big moment for the race we have seen each of these debates have an impact on this race
now lives in texas. over the next several days, a number of doctors will be called to stand to testify about hinckley's mental health. dr.tyler jones was the first telling the court he agreed with the other doctors at st. elizabeth's that john hinckley was a low risk for danger and recommended he be allowed to spent as long as 24 days with his mother in williamsburg where he will attend group therapy sessions and volunteer at a nearby hospital. dr.jones testified john hinckley's major depressive and psychotic disorders are in full remission and he continues to take medication for treatment. >> s that wall wagner reporting. hinckley's hearing is expected to last into next week. >>> also making headlines this morning, billy graham is in the hospital. the 93-year-old is being treated for a possible case of pneumonia. a statement from the north carolina hospital where he is staying says he was alert, smiling and waving when he was admitted. graham's most recent crusade was in 2005. >>> before we get to ask weather guys, it is time for a look at the forecast. >> oh, yes, that's right. okay.
at a houston, texas store. word got out through facebook and a nationwide protest against target was organized. the springfield store where today's protest took place has not had any problem with nursing mothers. >> the mom who organized this gathering called and talked to the manager and let her know we were going to be here. not that we had issues here. >> guests are free to go anywhere within our store to nurse their babies. we would send them or request they use our fitting rooms. >> about 100 groups staged protest in 35 states today. >> chaos and confusion at minnesota's mall of america yesterday after word spread that rappers drake and little wayne were in the mall. 30 officers were called to help out with mall security. help them with crowd control after a huge fight broke out. it was one of the largest fights they have ever dealt with. >> certainly people filtered behind us and upstairs. you know, we didn't have the resources to effectively push everybody out of the mall. >> we saw a bunch of people come at each other and then we saw some fists fly. people started going after eac
to single digits he is as they say in texas hold em all in in iowa, he is spending millions on campaign commercials there. he is about to start a two week bus tour of the state and you know, he picked up a little bit in the polls i agree i thought he was a pretty good debate performance and maybe there will be a perry resurgence. >> also chris, certainly the thing everybody is looking at, as we get to the end of the year the house voting on extending payroll tax cuts they will not kick it over to the senate. can you just explain to viewers the gains man ship going on. >> well, real quickly, gee i thought you were going to do the heavy lifting and i wouldn't have to real quickly the payroll tax cut which was passed last year, 2% cut in everybody's payroll means a thousand, $1,500 to the average person, is going to lapse at the end of the year it runs out democrats, everyone wants to extend it they are now saying, what we want in return for that, is that the president and administration agree, to build that key stone pipeline from canada all the way down to the gulf coast which would brin
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